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Liv Cycling introduces new e-bike built for women

Published October 10, 2019

NEWBURY PARK, Calif. (BRAIN) — Liv Cycling has announced its newest e-bike model in the U.S., the Thrive E+ EX Pro. The Thrive E+ series blends the feeling of a road bike with the comfort of a flat bar and the boost of a pedal-assisted motor.

"The Thrive E+ series builds on our lineup of e-bikes to help riders find the inspiration to conquer fitness goals, crush their daily commute, and keep up with friends at any pace," said Szu Chen, Liv E-bike marketing specialist. "This new e-bike eliminates barriers in cycling and gives riders the freedom to go farther and faster on paved roads knowing the motor is there for support."

Designed with Liv’s 3F Design Philosophy, the Thrive E+ EX Pro bolsters Liv’s lineup of e-bikes built specifically for women and features an ALUXX SL-grade aluminum frame. The Thrive E+ EX Pro integrates front and rear lights, a kickstand and a rear rack, completing the package for in-town functionality.

The new SyncDrive Pro motor provides a natural but powerful assist to riders. Powered by Yamaha, the SyncDrive Pro motor features tunable support modes offering up to 360 percent of a rider’s effort. 

The new motor also features a Smart Assist mode that automatically adjusts the support level based on the rider's pedaling input, customized to each rider. 

The PedalPlus 6-Sensor Technology translates six measurements (torque, speed, cadence, motor rotation, slope detection, accelerometer sensor) about the rider and adds the right amount of power at just the right time.

The battery integration into the downtube offers a sleek look made possible by the EnergyPak Smart 375 that includes an integrated lithium ion battery, 6A fast-charging technology and smart charging with rapid charging possibilities that can reach over 80% of capacity in 1.40 hours. Depending on terrain, support mode and battery usage, when fully charged the battery can last up to 68 miles before recharging.

The Thrive E+ EX Pro features a handlebar mounted RideControl EVO that features aluminum housing. RideControl EVO measures data, including heart rate, time, distance or speed along with battery capacity and estimated range. Riders can choose their level of pedal assist offering USB charging possibilities.

RideControl EVO also connects via Bluetooth with the RideControl App to view additional information and the latest software and updated functionalities.

It will be available in the U.S. in late fall. For more information, go to

The Thrive E+ EX Pro is Liv's newest U.S. e-bike.

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